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with the national park service. >> main problem now is you're changing the nature of this pristine area. with noise, with structures. >> it has major implications and that's why i'm spending the amount of time understanding all the dimensions of the decision before me. >> reporter: decision time in brake's bay. both will know by next week. >>> in 18969 that same area saw a massive fire. we visited to see how the people and bay were recovering. >> reporter: an eerie orange glow filled if sky over emberness. from afar the fire was awesome. up close it was fear and destructive. 45 families lost their homes and 12,000 acres of national seashore burned. >> reporter: amazingly today most of the pristine park is as beautiful as ever. gorgeous vistas and valley, wild flowers still blooming and birds along the west bay. the fire burned just about 15% of the national seashore and that area blackened and dead bishop pines, mansanita and live oaks are found in the area. one year later there's a floor, part of one wall and a spectacular view of drake's bay. >> this is one of the world's great sights, there's no
1 million visitors a year. and today the parks service unveiled the upgrade and changes it's been working on. some of the homemade shims to stab other prisoners or guards are now on display. and saps that guards carried despite not allowed
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